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This book deals with a lot more than a simple romance. The characters both have elaborate backstories that make them fastening to watch as they try to negotiate their new relationship. They have both suffered in different ways. The author has done an excellent job of making the characters believable and relatable. Their pasts imbue their present with such emotion, and the author does a good job portraying that. There’s both humor and heaviness in this story. The only thing I didn’t like about it was all the profanity. The books I grew up reading never or rarely had profanity, so it is always a jarring and bad surprise to come across it in books. In this one, the F-bomb was dropped right on page one, which in itself was nearly enough for me to stop reading, but I read the reviews that said how good this book was, so I stuck with it. It IS a good story, one that hits all the right emotional buttons. I just think it would be better without all the swearing and other crude language.